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The Digestive Fraction of Personality

The Digestive Personality

The Digestive Fraction of Separation

 

Description

This personality is intent, and intense, and reliable.  You would more likely see them at a bookstore reading a book over a hot beverage than joining in on a “fun” activity.  Of course they laugh, smile, and have fun, there’s just a lot of thought going on behind it. They tend to be seen as more serious, very analytical, highly moral - and hold everyone else to that as well.

They are serious and emotional.  Not in the sense of being cry babies, but in the sense that they feel every emotion so deeply.  They will be the first to reminisce and talk mushy, write mushy letters, craft sentimental cards, etc.  What’s interesting about this personality is that it is equally as male as it is female. They think behind every action, almost too much.  As I’m writing the definition, I am putting in a lot of asides, because that is how the digestive personality is, there are asides to everything they are saying.  They can never say one thing straight and clear, they will meander where their hearts and minds are heading and take you there in words. They tend to try to “digest” the whole plate at once and then get overwhelmed, so anxiety is a common trend among them.

They worry about not being good enough and what people think of the, though they secretly know they are great people.   They’re very good at putting others first, partly because it keeps them from thinking of their own worries, and worry warts they are.  

 

Physically -

Because they try to “digest” the whole plate at once, they are constantly in a rush, in a hurry, running from one thing to the next, even if it seems like they are relatively slow moving, that says nothing about what is going on in the brain.  They are usually thinking of multiple things at a time. These are the people that struggle with bowel upset, constipation, diarrhea, IBS, IBD, allergies and intolerances, because they try take on too much at once and have a hard time relaxing and just sitting still.  Even when they are, their minds are going.

 

Work and Money - This person is a team player, wants everything to benefit each other.  They will reliably get things done, but they may have a lot of stress in doing so. Of course, you wouldn’t know, until later on when the stress seems to come out in other intense sporadic ways.  Then they learn, and they move on. But they are hard on themselves. Digestive personalities are not materialistic and see money as just another thing needed to survive, but don’t hoard over it or work to collect it.  They will tend to be thrifty( because they think everything to pieces) and smart over money, but don’t ever expect to get rich. Not saying they don’t, it’s just not something they value as top priority. These are great multi taskers so can handle a job with multiple thought processes, however they will get burnt out over time because they put their all in and then some.  They are a great selection for work that needs to get done without a lot of overseeing. They can be given a project and will handle it. Party and event planning, organizing, creative professions. They are artists because they are creative in some way shape or form though a lack of routine in some creative professions will be terrifying for them. (Keep in mind that even a car salesman can be an “artist” because they turn their profession into an artisan craft)  

Whatever they do, it has to be with the idea of “purpose”, it has to go towards the greater good.  These personalities will tend to be those that intend to “change the world”.

 

Raising the Digestive Child -

She needs her own room.  The greatest disservice you can do is to put a Digestive child in the same room with anyone else.  They need their own space for sanity, for emotional safety, for a place to go. Plus, they like things how they like them and want to come to space security - knowing that things are just as they left them.  They like to reminisce, not just memories years ago, but love the reminiscent factors of the safety that “everything has it’s place” gives them.

They want to know what they are eating (and probably will be picky too) because quality is important to them (remember, “a place for everything and everything in it’s place ) including food.  Purpose and function are valuable to them, in fact, in life they will feel out of sorts if they don’t see themselves having a sense of “purpose” and they need to know it very well. Time is wasted, in their minds, if they are not living their purpose, and they know this at a very young age.  They don’t want to try things, they want to watch, take it all in, and feel comfortable.

They will likely be the black sheep, never fitting in to what works for everyone else.  Not because they are disagreeable, quite the opposite, in fact. They just have a view of how their time should be spent.  

They’ll need constant reassurance that things are okay.  Until they learn how to check their own gauges and feel they are in power, they tend to feel victimized.  They feel safe and secure in familiar surroundings with regular routines.




Common Concepts of the Digestive Personality-

What do people think of me

Making decisions

I am worthy

Value

Anxiety concepts

Not being good enough

Worry behavior

Fear concepts

Victimization

Blame




Concept Courses to benefit the Digestive Personality:

Relaxing and breathing into

I am worthy

Image of the self

Fear

Expectations Exercise

Changing victimization

Forgiveness

Adaptation to changing circumstances





What are the Concept Pathology Fractions of Personality?

 

The Concept Pathology Fractions of Personalities are fractions of the whole that portray themselves in separation (in individual beings). They are the dominant conceptual conditioning that regulate a person’s acceptance of beliefs and thought systems.  These beliefs are the constructs that subliminally direct our actions, and behaviors, thus creating our life.

While most people will have a single dominant personality, it is possible that over time and as they grow and change that they may adopt other fractions of personality.  Generally, however, they will retain the same basic personality throughout their life. It is ultimately the goal to reintegrate into one wholeness.

 

Over my years in practice as a natural health practitioner, I have come to recognize patterns of particular behaviors and grouped them into common headings that it seemed my clients were falling into and identified 6 typical conceptual pattern groupings most people fit into.

 

While anyone can attach to any concept, each of the  particular personalities are more likely to absorb, accept, and adhere to certain types of concepts.  These make up the particulars of each personality group.

 

For example:  The Good Girl/Good Boy Personality is more likely to accept concepts about self worth, value,  and confidence.

The Liver Personality is more likely to have difficulty with words they perceive harshly, and will adopt more concepts about being good enough.

 

You can see the slight variations.  But knowing the personalities will help you help yourself better, understand why you think the way you do, and decide if you want to retain those concepts.  It will help you understand your natural purpose, why you do the things you do and what the tendencies for your health will be.

 

These are:

The Good Girl/Good Boy Personality

The Liver Personality

The Chameleon Personality

The Digestive Personality

The Heart Personality

The Mucosal Personality

 


Courses to benefit the Heart Personality - 
Relaxing and breathing into
I am worthy
Image of the self
Fear
Expectations Exercise
Changing victimization
Forgiveness 
Adaptation to changing circumstances
Self love
Oneness

This is an article describing this particular fraction of personalty, based on the theory of Concept Pathology Fractions of Personality.

It includes a description, what they're good at, what the shadow sides are, what is indicated as good work situations for this personality, their views on money, how this personality affects their health, typical physical complaints and how best to approach their health, how to raise a child with this personality, common faulty concepts, and the conceptual studies that will benefit them.

This information is used to become aware of a tendency and patterns, and that way make informed decisions.



To find out which Fraction of Personality you most resemble, take our free quiz.



Use our Fractions of Personality Course to learn more about this and other Fractions of Personality and how their understanding may benefit your life, including:

Physical appearance

Best practices in healing

Working with each personality

Exercises for each personality

Raising a child with each personality

Propensities of the body for each particular personality


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